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Chelsea Manning is Now Being Fined $1,000 a Day for Grand Jury Resistance

By Kevin Gosztola

Daily fines against Chelsea Manning for resisting a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks increased to $1000 on July 16.

On May 16, Judge Anthony Trenga held Manning in civil contempt and ordered her to be sent back to the William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center in Alexandria. The court also imposed a fine of $500 per day after 30 days, and then a fine of $1000 per day after 60 days...

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Talk about an abusive govt I'm supposed to support...

Tian Shan

"Takasugi fined Flynt $25,000 Monday for criminal contempt for failing to explain how he obtained a poor quality audio tape of a conversation in which De Lorean is allegedly threatened by an FBI informant for trying to back out of a drug deal." (c. 1983)

The judge also ordered Flynt to pay $10,000 a day for refusing to name the source of the tape, and told him to appear in court each weekday at noon.

https://www.upi.com/Archives/1983/11/16/Flynt-plans-to-pay-in-pennies/...

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